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    Jon Glaser, Unmasked, on Season Two of 'Delocated'

    Comedian Jon Glaser has spent most of this summer running around the streets of the city in a thick wool ski mask. No, he's not robbing banks or sneaking onto fire escapes.

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    VIDEO: Lea Michele from 'Glee'

    "Glee" star and Emmy nominee Lea Michele tells Back Stage in an exclusive interview that she doesn't want to choose between being a singer and being an actor.

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    One-Stop Workshop

    When "Other Desert Cities" opens in December at Lincoln Center's Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater in New York, it will signal the return of Jon Robin Baitz.

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    Taking Over the 'World'

    Attention, "30 Rock" producers: Should you need a thoroughly deadpan sidekick for perky page Kenneth, look no further than Aubrey Plaza.

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    Great Expectations

    Balancing work, family, and social obligations is much more of a harried juggling act. The decision to start a family while pursuing a career as an actor can be doubly tricky.

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    Cast Against Type

    Jacki Weaver is a major star in her native Australia but has never performed on screen or stage in the States. That's odd, she says, in light of her love for everything Americana.

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    Q&A: Myq Kaplan, 'Last Comic Standing' Finalist

    Stand-up comic Myq Kaplan has a knack for winning comedy contests. Which is why we think has a good chance to win the seventh season of the NBC competition "Last Comic Standing."

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    Worth Her Salt

    After seven seasons as a writer and producer on Ryan Murphy's "Nip/Tuck," Salt now finds her first produced screenplay, "Eat Pray Love," hitting theaters Aug. 13.

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    The Natural

    Luke Wilson has never, ever had a headshot. "I'd go into auditions, and I'd see a stack of a thousand of them, and I would tell myself, 'I may not get this job, but I know I'm not going to be in that stack.' "

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    Miranda Sings

    In 2009 Colleen Ballinger started making YouTube videos as Miranda—a delusional, arrogant, tone-deaf young girl out of her parents' house. Then virtually overnight, the videos went viral.